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Driving Service Reliability Through Autoscaling Workloads on OpenShift


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Sponsored by Red hat & datadog

Tuesday, March 10
1pm EST

Containers and orchestrators — like OpenShift — promise greater resource efficiency and simplified deployments.  Developers provide code in the form of a container, define their required resources for operation, and the orchestrator does the rest. Sounds easy, but if your workloads are dynamic in nature, how can you ensure sufficient resources to meet the performance and availability requirements of your customers?

In this webinar, Ara Pulido, Technical Evangelist at Datadog, will demonstrate how to autoscale your application workloads on OpenShift.  You will learn frameworks for how to identify their key work and resource metrics; as well as how to use them to drive horizontal and vertical pod autoscaling so that you can maximize efficiency, while ensuring service reliability.

Ara Pulido
Technical Evangelist - Datadog
Ana has more than 10 years of experience working on infrastructure open-source companies. She is a Certified Kubernetes Administrator and was part of the team that created the curriculum for the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer certification.  

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